Dick Raaymakers: A Monograph
As a multimedia artist, Dick Raaymakers (born 1930) embraces a diversity of genres and styles, from sound animations for films to "action music," never-ending vocal textures, electro-acoustic tableaux vivants and music theatre works. Raaijmakers dovetails disciplines such as the visual arts, film, literature and theatre with the universe of music.
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